“There are emerging biological terror threats. The key is not to panic but to have a rational strategy on how to deal with it.
- Don’t trust anything WHO, AMA, CDC, FDA, NIH say. I suggest doing the exact opposite. They have consistently proven themselves to be the enemies of the people.
- Understand that all Covid-19 strains, Flu, RSV, Marburg, and Ebola are single stranded RNA virus that (use) similar pathways for replication. They use RNA dependent RNA polymerase (RDRP) to make copies of their genome.
- Zinc inhibits RDRP. HCQ, IVM, Quercetin, and EGCG are zinc Ionophores that help zinc enter cells.
My point is that having enough Zinc inside cells may help prevent and/or treat the above viruses.”
Dr Zev Zelenko, NY-based family physician, posting on Telegram (https://t.me/zelenkoprotocol/3558 )
My take on it
If you are struggling with the opening statement, and with Point 1, just skip to Points 2 and 3.
Point 2 is an abbreviated explanation of how replication happens in single-stranded viruses. (You can skip Point 2 as well, if you like.)
Pint 3 postulates that Zinc interrupts that replication pathway; and that certain compounds help Zinc to enter our cells where it acts to interrupt viral replication.
Compounds that increase the intracellular concentration of Zinc ions are called ionophores. Dr Zelenko mentions four:
EGCG (Epigallocatechin gallate).
Our access to the first two has been frustrated by regulatory authorities.
Quercetin and EGCG are readily available over the counter or on line.
Dr Zeleko’s point is that having enough Zinc inside cells may help prevent and/or treat viruses like Covid and the Flu. Having enough Zinc inside our cells is a primary way of boosting our immune system, and it is inexpensive, and safe (as was pointed out by Professor Cahill and others, at the outset). But of course Natural Immunity has been Persona Non Grata in the official narrative.
And No, I am not a doctor. I am passing on information from someone who is, and whose track record in this field is impressive. Please only take advice from people who are qualified to give it, and whose motives you can trust.